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. GoVaJiGR OPENS |
PKA1SES WILSON AS WORLD'S'
State's Chief Executive Points to 1muroveineiit
Since Last Year in
A 17 gun salute with mortars greet-;
ed the governor as he, with his staff,1
'the battalion of coast artillery and the
visiting mayors waited outside the J
gates of the fair grounds at noon yes-i
^ terday. Immediately afterward the
gates were thrown open and the opening
ceremonies were begun with J. N.
Kir-.en, president of the South Carolina
Agricultural and Mechanical society.
The speeches by Governor Manning,
Mayor Griffith and President Kirven
were made from a stand between the
State building and the live aloe*
arena. Martial music was played between
the addresses of welcome and
i prediction. The governor also issued
an official invitation for the citizens
t of the State to attend the reception at j
^ the mansion on (Tuesday night. Fol- j
' ' lowing the addresses the fair was declared
In the speakers stand were the governor
and his staff witfi officials of the
IV/iiamuci ui vuuimcivc uuu ui i.uv i
State Fair association. In front of the
stand was the Jubilee band, while on
two sides was the battalion of coast \
artillery and its band. The automobiles
filled with mayors were lined up
near the stand. The inter^
vening space was filled with visitors to
^Braise For President,
The governor; introduced by Mr. Kir- j
ven, pointed out the contrast between j
B this year and. last, saying tha^t the j
State of South Carolina, had many,
blessings to be thankful for, not least i
of which was the presence as chief ex- |
ecuti.e of President Wilson, whom
Governor Manning called the "greatest
leader in the world today."
"We owe it to him," said the gov-1
ernor, "that we are not engaged in the !
European war, which at i^s start meant
disaster and panic for us. He has kept
I himself alive to the interest of every ,
section of tho country and has been a
leader in wisdom, tact and diplomacy."
Governor Manning spoke of his
pleasure in being called upon to open
the State fair, which he eiiaracterized
as an agent for agricultural education
and the advancement of social intercourse
between the sections of the
State. He pointed out the expanse of
agriculture in quantity and methods
and said that the greatest problem in
- ?in tVin rural
ItJU'-ilUUl-U P1UUUV.I.1U11 v> a 3 1U tut > uiui
districts. _ -gi?
Agriculture Is First.
"Agriculture is our foundation
stone,'* he declared, "and agricultural
education is the hope t of >our people
in that it will make them more ef V
fictent and better able to compete with
w^.ttfe agricultural production of other
States. !A*e will no:, however, have
reached out goal ant 1 the -ar.^e per4
cents ge cf tenant white farmers be'
? ?- " r\f tVioir farm? ThiQ
UC unutio Vi
K will automatically solve the other
* problems that are r.exing us today."
H& The governor explained that he had
not had time to inspect the exhibits,
hut that he had been assurd that they
I were the best in the history of the
^association, considered as a whole. He
welcomed all visitors to the fair and
^ expressed the belief that the country
Iand the State were on the threshold o:
a new era.
/fter r.-e ether speeches had been
made, the governor said: "I am
pleased to make an official announcement,
which I hope will not conflict
with the many attractive features of
rthis week. Mrs. Manning and myseif
desire that each one of you and your
friends attend a reception to be given
tomorrow night at the mansion, your
residence, between the hours of 9 and
11. I wish to assure you of a hearty
'"welcome and that we shall be pleased
^?o entertain each and every one."
If Mayor Griffith Speaks.
Mayor Griffith, in throwing open the
gates of the capital city, paid tribute
to tne work of the Chamber of Commerce
and the harvest jubilee committee,
which had planned many of the
features of the week. "At first," ho
admitted, "I was a little doubtful of
the success and good of the proposed
festivities, but I soon discovered that
it was all to be a grand success and
an advertisement not only to Columbia
but to the State; then it was that I
jumped cn the band wagon and I have
,bten there ever since.n
If The mayor predicted that the 101.">
fair would be the greatest yet held on
account of the general interest taken
pn it, but urged upon his hearers the1
pe'vssity of progress from one year
to another, so that each succeeding
fair shall be greater than the preced-;
President Kirven said that for the'
last 12 months the fair society had .
been busily at work preparing for the
fa;r and that no pains or expense had
been counted in presenting to the peoi):
of the State a representative fair,
worthy of t.ie ability and the desires
cf South Carolinians. He expressed
the hope that the present fair would
prove both pleasant and profitable.
Secretary Efird of the fair association
made a fe wannouncements of the
features of the fair and jubilee for the
remainder oi the day.
\Y.:en trie ceremonies concluded each
Hirsute! his way, going visit the
booths in rhe steel building or the well
arranged exhibit of the State department
of iculture. The coast artillerymen
marched away to their tented
cily ou t.ie fair grounds, while the
Jubilee band played from the speak
Bags and Twine
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We have the cigars that!
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A meeting of the city Democracy
will be held in council chamber Tuesday
night, November the 2nd, 1915,
at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of deciding
the manner of chosing candidates
for the various offices to be j
voted for at the approaching election.
0. B. Mayer,
Oct. 14, 1915. Chairman.
PARKER 5. C.,
GETS QUICK RELIEF
W. R. Davenport Better After First '
Dose of Remedy.
W. R. Davenport, of Parker, N. C.,
long suffered from a peculiar malady
of the stomach. He sought treatment
with but little relief. At times it
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He took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
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has about cured me. Several of
my friends have also been cured."
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after eating, pressure of gas in the
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NOTICE OF JURY DRAWING.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
indersigned Jury Commissioners for
\*ewberry County, S. C., will, at the
>ffice of the Clerk of Court for Newberry
County, at nine o'clock a. m., October
28th, 1915, openly and publicly
iraw the names of thirty-six (36) men,
who shall serve at petit jurors at me
'ourt of Common Pleas, which will
convene at Newberry Court Hou^e Novermer
15th, 1915, and will continue
for one week.
Jno L. Epps,
Jno. C. Goggans,
J. B. Halfacre,
For Newberry County, S. C.
NOTICE OF JURY DRAWING.
A ' ~ U <vvr/vn lint urn fh a
NUL'Cf IS 11C1CW> gl'iCU tuai n t, mc
undersigned Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C? will, at the
office of the Clerk of Court for New- j
'oerry County, at nine o'clock a. m.,'
November 5th, 1915, opemy and pub-1
licly draw th>-aames of thirty-six (36)
men who shall serve at petit jurors, at
the Court of General Sessions, which j
will convene at Newberry Court House 1
November 22nd 1915, and will continue
for one week.
Jno. L. Epps,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County. S. C.
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Of Stockholders of the Wheeler-Lang- ' H
ford Company. j B
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by j
the board of directors of the "Wheeler-1 O
Langford company, whereby a reduction
of the capital stock of the com- EI
pany to the par nalue of $6,000.00 was
determined upon, and pursuant to a tiwl
resolution adopted by the board of di- j Y
rectors to change the name of the j
u*v> or t .qn<rfnrd fTvmnanv to Buz- I
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hardt-Langford Furniture Company, a
meeting of the stockholders thereof is
hereby called to be held at the storehouse
of said company, at Newberry,
~S. C.. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on
Monday, November 29, 1915, for the
purpose of considering such resolutions.
J. J. LANGFORD.
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